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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Nov. 5 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Jive
  • ASIN: B00006JO4Q
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (760 customer reviews)

1. Senorita
2. Like I Love You
3. What You Got, (Oh No)
4. Take It From Here
5. Cry Me A River
6. Rock Your Body
7. Nothin' Else
8. Last Night
9. Still on My Brain
10. Take Me Now, (And She Said) - (featuring Janet Jackson)
11. Right For Me
12. Let's Take A Ride
13. Never Again

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Common wisdom holds that debut albums have an autobiographical slant, so it's hard to believe that Justin Timberlake's first non-'N Sync outing doesn't purloin much of its subject matter from the singer's breakup with Britney Spears. Half the songs are about the abrupt severing of a romance and the singer's rather hard-hearted stance. Sure, he may have been the wronged party, but that doesn't excuse the inflexible emotional posture revealed in "Cry Me a River," "Never Again," and the sniping "Last Night." But Timberlake apparently thinks it does, since he christened his record Justified. He also seems to enjoy boasting about the swinging single life, with many of the songs here almost gratuitously lascivious. Asides like "I could think of a couple positions for you" from "Right for Me" and "Better have you naked by the end of this song" from "Rock Your Body" will catapult the singer right off Radio Disney. But Timberlake shines when he moonwalks into more adult terrain, turning his back on the innocent dance pop that put 'N Sync on the charts. With the help of hip-hop producers Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo of the Neptunes, Timbaland, and P. Diddy, Timberlake has turned out a remarkably cohesive and sophisticated slice of club-friendly R&B. --Jaan Uhelszki

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3.7 out of 5 stars

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Format: Audio CD
I have to say that, for a debut album, it's not bad - he's got a few really good tracks in here. Justin's Pop roots was pulled out then replaced with R&B and light hip-hop. Some of the songwriting is downright corny lyrically but several of the songs were well done by the Neptunes and Timbaland, they made this album more than Justin.

The ballads are not that great to me but the dance tracks are well done. The tracks that stand out to me are "Cry Me a River", "Rock Your Body", "Senorita", "Last Night", "Still On My Brain", "What You Got (Oh No)", and "Let's Take a Ride".

Another drawback to this album is Justin Timberlake vocal pitch. In almost every song that he performed and sang, I felt as though he was searching for some form of range within his style throughout this album. He obviously had overdone the Michael Jackson-y stuff a bit much. As other reviewers have said, many of the tracks do have that trademark "Off The Wall"/"Thriller" sounds to them. Hopefully, Justin will phase out of that and found his own sound; even if it is a mixture as long he shows some form of originality. Justin Timberlake has a lot of talent and creativity and I hope he keeps up the effort.

`Justified' is a versatile production and arrangements that works extremely well and appeals to a lot of listeners. Justin had proved to be the best bet for success amongst the boy band stream and with that, I'm definitely interested in hearing his future release in order to see if he'd actually worked on those mention setbacks.
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By Autumn Keen on May 21 2004
Format: Audio CD
Listen, this is a place to review this album, not b**ch and moan about it and complain. For one, for those of you who want to kill him, or the people who like him, like those 13-16 year olds, go ahead, it's called life in prison you morons. It's called the gas chamber or leathal injection. If you can't write positive feedback, fine, but don't start acting like your going to kill people just because your butthurt over one CD, if you hate it so d**n much, THEN SELL IT. My respect for him went below the belt with his little charade at the Superbowl, but other than that there are only a few songs on his album I like, like Cry me a River, Last Night and Take me now. But other than that, his other songs are eith played out, or aren't as good as the others. My guess, is, if you like Justin, or you liked Nsync, knock yourself out, this is the CD for you, but if you wanna buy a CD with only a couple of songs that are worthy to ears of TRUE music lovers, sorry this isnt for you. And another thing to those psychopathic people that were writting reviews on killing, once again, sell the CD, STFU and grow up.
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Format: Audio CD
First off - just a background. Since I'm past the age of what I imagine Mr. T's fan base to be (I'm 41 years old) I haven't listened to N'Sync or watch MTV videos (my taste runs more to Zeppelin and Van Halen, that sort of thing). The only reason I bought this CD at all was from the selection of his tour drummer (Fish of the classic 80's punk/ska band Fishbone). That was pretty intriguing to me and my husband, so I bought a used copy of Justified. Of course, Fish is not on the CD, but I figured I'd give it a listen anyway.
I have to say that, for a debut album, it's not bad - he's got a few really good tracks in there. I'm not into ballads and slow songs as a rule, but the dance tracks were very well done. Mr. T. has a very wide vocal range - I just think he's overdone the Michael Jackson-y stuff a bit. As other reviewers have said, many of the tracks do have that trademark "Off The Wall"/"Thriller" sound to them. Hopefully, JT will get over that and find his OWN sound. I can easily see him becoming a 'blue-eyed soul' singer, kind of like Daryl Hall (which is not a bad thing!).
From the reviews here, I would say that there are a lot of Britany Spears fans that are less than happy with JT's songs about their relationship and breakup. As stated before, I'm not a fan and didn't follow that storyline, but HEY, they were both KIDS - it would be unrealistic to expect them to stay together forever, or have an amicable breakup. I find it a bit ironic that Ms. Spears seems to be molding herself into a 21st century Madonna while JT is going more for the Michael Jackson - two icons of the 1980's. Anyway back to the 'breakup songs' on the cd - many songwriters use what's going on in their personal lives as inspriation for their lyrics.
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By Daniqua M. Turner on April 13 2004
Format: Audio CD
I don't know if I particularly care for Justin Timberlake. I bought this album not knowing what to expect. The first ten songs were good, but the last 3 sucked. Here'e how I'll rate the songs.
1. Senorita- One of my favorites on the album 9/10
2. Like I Love You- Good. 6/10
3. (Oh No)What You Got- I like the beat to this. 6.5/10
4. Take It From Here- I love this song. 9/10
5. Cry Me A River- Good revenge song. 8/10
6. Rock Your Body- I enjoyed this one. 7.5/10
7. Nothin' Else- He sounds okay here. 6.5/10
8. Last Night- He sounds like Michael Jackson here. 9.5/10
9. Still On My Brain- I love the melody on this song. 9/10
10. (And She Said)Take Me Now- I like it, but it's not great. 7/10
11. Right For Me- I hate this song. 2/10
12. Let's Take A Ride- I hate this even more. 1/10
13. Never Again- This one's way too whiny. 3/10
Justin's more talented than Britney. Overall though, the album wasn't spectacular. It was good.
Overall- 7.5/10
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